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  Nicole   October 19, 2014

Gemma Arterton looked gorgeously cute as she stepped out on Friday morning to promote her new West End show Made In Dagenham.

The 28-year-old star was spotted making her way out of the BBC Radio 2 building after having just wrapped up a live interview with presenter Jenni Murray about her starring role as Rita O’Grady.

Dressed in a petal pink turtle neck, black skin-tight jeans and leather ankle boots, the former Bond girl looked as though she was ready for an appearance on TV rather than the airwaves. Gemma completed her chic winter look – despite the English capital’s Indian summer – with a warm coat and a black beret.

No doubt her loyal army of admirers had all been listening on their phones to the interview she had just given, which saw the actress come face to face with Gwen Pullen and EIleen Davis – two Dagenham Ford machinists who were part of the famous 1968 equal pay strike, which her play is based on.

During the informal chat, Gemma admitted to the ladies that she had never heard of their incredible story before the 2010 film adaptation was released.

‘I wasn’t even born when it happened,’ she explained. ‘So I honestly didn’t know much about the story until I saw the film. But ever since, and especially after I was cast in this play, I’ve done so much research into it all. It’s a very emotional story and I’ve come to care a lot about the subject matter – especially as it’s still so relevant today. The whole subject of equal pay is being debated again in Parliament and I think this story is very important to that discussion.’

So far, Gemma’s performance has received rave reviews from critics and theatregoers alike. (source)